On March 26th at around 11am the police in Lamphun received a call about a body that had been found in a disused security guards booth in Tambon Bann Thai, Amphur Baan Thi. The Baan Thai Police Commander Colonel Siriwat Boonprasit rushed to the scene with the lamphun Rescue Services and the medical examiner.
On arrival at the scene they discovered the lifeless body of Annop Buddhasart, 41, with extensive head injuries lying on a mattress. The trauma to his head had been caused by blows from a blunt weapon. The police discovered that Annop had been living with a man named Ta Khamkaew. After a search that lasted several hours for Ta he was apprehended and confessed that he killed Annop out of pure rage.
Ta told police that he had been drinking with Annop prior to the murder and thought Annop had gone to his bedroom to sleep, however later he heard a cry from his female cow. Thinking the cow had been bitten by a snake Ta rushed to her assistance but instead of a snake he round Annop raping the animal. In a fit of rage he bashed Annop over the head with hoe until he was dead, he then hid his weapon and slept at a farmers hut nearby.
Police took Ta back to the scene of the crime to find evidence and re-enact the murder. He is now awaiting trial for murder.Stay updated with Samui Times by following us on Facebook.
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